Hutch News

New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW August 26, 2019

Health disparities in breast cancer and beyond

A Q & A with Dr. Beti Thompson and patient advocate Bridgette Hempstead about the science of equity and how to empower the underserved
Hutch News - October 20, 2017

What's up with the cancer moonshot?

5 things to know about the national cancer initiative now underway
Hutch News - March 17, 2016

Exercising for life

Tips for staying active after the post-new year slump
Hutch News - January 17, 2014

Weight loss reduces inflammation related to cancer

Anne McTiernan-led study shows that postmenopausal women who lost at least 5 percent of their body weight reduced inflammation markers related to several cancers
Hutch News - May 07, 2012

Heavyweight cancer-fighter arrives at SCCA proton center

The 220-ton cyclotron will offer the most precise form of cancer therapy available today
Hutch News - March 26, 2012

Health Disparities Research Center launches new website

Response to a summer survey drove development of the site as a resource for information on Center research and events relating to underserved populations and cancer
Hutch News - February 21, 2012

Hutch Award Luncheon raises record $400,000

Award winner Billy Butler, Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., draw 1,000 people to Safeco Field to support Center's early cancer detection research
Hutch News - February 13, 2012

Obesity tops cancer as health concern for Puget Sounders

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance survey results rank obesity over cancer by a greater than three-to-one margin as today's biggest health issue
Hutch News - January 03, 2012

Last chance to register for Hutch Award Luncheon

Sign up by Jan. 18 to join honoree Tim Hudson and Hall of Famer Joe Morgan for the annual community fundraising event at Safeco Field Jan. 26
Hutch News - January 10, 2011

Volunteer outdoors to benefit the Center June 13 or 20

Support bicyclists at the Center-hosted Power Stop in Seattle's Sam Smith Park; volunteers receive a LIVESTRONG T-shirt
Hutch News - May 17, 2010

Molecular biologist Brent joins Basic

Former Molecular Sciences Institute director brings expertise in cell signaling pathways
Hutch News - March 22, 2010

Sage plants roots at the Center

Stephen Friend heads Sage Bionetworks, a new nonprofit developing an open-access Internet database to share genomic data and disease models across academia and industry
Hutch News - August 31, 2009

Tandem tests support earlier ovarian-cancer detection

Researchers find symptom-screening questionnaire plus simple blood test may equal 20 percent boost in early detection of ovarian cancer
Hutch News - June 23, 2008

Many Scientists Believe that the Dog Genome Holds a Wealth of Information that Will Benefit Human Health

Recently completed genetic analysis reveals that half of the more than 300 inherited canine disorders — including a number of cancers — resemble specific diseases of man; many scientists believe that the dog genome holds a wealth of information that will benefit human health
Releases - May 20, 2004
Last Modified, August 15, 2019